2-D Crystal Consortium - an NSF Materials Innovation Platform
The 2DCC-MIP is focused on advancing the synthesis of 2D materials within the context of a national user facility. The MRSEC's scientific advances, especially in IRG1 on 2D polar metals, can be carried at scale to the wider research community through sample provision via the 2DCC's user program.
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Materials Characterization Lab
Fully-staffed, open access, analytical research facility charged with enabling research and educating the next generation of highly qualified researchers. The MRSEC partners with the MCL in tool acquisition, with MCL providing professional staffing, excellent low-noise space, training, and administrative support.
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Our staff scientists and engineers will enable users to transition fundamental research in nanomaterials to innovation-driven multicomponent integrated devices and systems devices.The MRSEC partners with the Nanofab in a manner similar to that with the MCL.
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Materials Computation Center
Primary goal is to support Penn State faculty working in computer-based simulations of materials- across the various length and time scales. MRSEC partners with MCC in supporting software licensing and application of data-intensive methods.
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